Connate [adjective]

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In a considerable proportion of insects it seems connate with the Labium, and forming its inner surface?

In most cases, however, the peridia are connate throughout, and sometimes present above a membranous common covering.

Their knowledge is connate and is called instinct; but it belongs to the natural love in which they are.

If by nature deaf, from the intonation of sounds; and many unhappy instances of such connate defects abound among our species.

Perianth subcompressed laterally, connate with the involucral leaves.

Involucres 1-fruited, connate with the lobes beneath, horizontal, opening by a vertical terminal slit.

The stems are variable in length, often connate or fused together into a solid base.

Stipules very narrow, connate with the petiole, almost entire, or serrate.

Corky or woody and extremely hard, very closely imbricated and connate, forming a subglobose polycephalous mass, Figure 334.

In the systems to which Locke replies they had been called innate or connate.